India fights pollution

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An India traffic policeman stands at a traffic intersection in New Delhi on December 31, 2015. Millions of Delhi residents will have to find alternative ways to work from yesterday, when authorities impose draconian restrictions on cars to try to clean up the world’s most polluted capital. Private cars will be banned from the roads on alternate days, apart some exceptions such as those that run on CNG, from January 1 as part of a slew of measures aimed at reducing smog levels that include shutting some coal-fired power plants and vacuuming roads to reduce dust. 
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